XRP Price Could Slide Lower In The Short-Term


XRP is trading at $0.241 after a notable rebound from a low of $0.22 on September 24. The digital asset has been clearly weaker than the rest of the market throughout 2020 and part of 2019.

Bulls have been trying to break the recent downtrend for quite some time but the price has been rejected from several critical resistance levels.

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XRP Price Analysis

If we take a look at the daily chart, we can observe a clear downtrend for XRP. The 12-EMA has been acting as a robust resistance level even though the price has climbed above it several times. The other critical resistance point is the 26-EMA which has rejected the price 6 times now.

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XRP/USD daily chart – TradingView

If the bulls want to see a shift in momentum, they will need to push the price of XRP above the 12-EMA and the 26-EMA, convert both into support levels and continue trading upwards until they create a bull cross. The other resistance level is established at $0.25 but, the bulls aren’t facing a lot more resistance beyond that point.

A bullish breakout above $0.25 could take XRP up to $0.30 in the short-term if the RSI doesn’t get too overextended.

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XRP/USD 4-hour chart – TradingView

On the 4-hour chart, both EMAs have crossed bullishly already but are on the verge of crossing bearishly again. The uptrend was lost after the price created lower highs and lower lows. Nonetheless, bulls are currently defending an important support level at around $0.238 which could represent a double bottom in the short-term.

So far, the RSI hasn’t been overextended and for a while did create a bullish divergence with the price.

For now, XRP needs to stay above both EMAs and prevent them from crossing bearishly. The 100-MA is also right in between them. The 50-MA was turned into support on September 25 and has been helping the price bounce back up.

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